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Emergency Service

We understand that emergencies can happen at any time. That's why our Emergency Service team is available around the clock, so you can get help whenever you need it. From broken furnaces to malfunctioning A/C units, we're here to fix the problem and get your home comfortable again.

We're Here When You Need Us Most

What could you check?
If your heating or cooling system has stopped working, here's a summary of what you could check:

Cooling Emergency

Power supply: Verify that the cooling system is receiving power. Check the circuit breaker or fuse box to see if any breakers have tripped or fuses have blown. Reset or replace them if necessary. Thermostat settings: Ensure that the thermostat is set to cooling mode and the temperature is set lower than the current room temperature. Consider replacing the batteries if applicable. Air filters: Dirty or clogged air filters can restrict airflow and cause the system to malfunction. Check and clean or replace the filters as needed. Outdoor unit: Inspect the outdoor unit (condenser) for any visible damage, debris, or blockages. Remove any obstructions around the unit that might hinder airflow. Vents and registers: Ensure that all vents and registers are open and unobstructed. Blocked airflow can hinder cooling efficiency. Refrigerant level: Low refrigerant levels can result in inadequate cooling. If you suspect a refrigerant leak or low levels, it's best to contact a professional HVAC technician for inspection and repair. System maintenance: Regular maintenance is crucial for optimal cooling system performance. Check if the system is due for professional servicing or cleaning. ​ If these steps don't resolve the issue, it's recommended to contact a qualified HVAC technician for further diagnosis and repair.

Heating Emergency

Thermostat settings: Verify that the thermostat is set to heat mode and the temperature is set higher than the current room temperature. Consider replacing the batteries if applicable. Power supply: Ensure that the heating system is receiving power. Check the circuit breaker or fuse box to see if any breakers have tripped or fuses have blown. Reset or replace them if necessary. Air filters: Dirty or clogged air filters can restrict airflow and cause the system to malfunction. Check and clean or replace the filters as needed. Pilot light or ignition: If you have a gas heating system, check if the pilot light is lit. If it's out, relight it according to the manufacturer's instructions. For electronic ignition systems, make sure the ignition is functioning correctly. Fuel supply: For systems that rely on fuel (gas, oil, or propane), ensure that the fuel supply is not depleted. Check the fuel level or gas meter to confirm there is an adequate supply. Vents and registers: Ensure that all vents, registers, and air returns are open and unobstructed. Blocked airflow can cause heating issues. System maintenance: Regular maintenance is essential for optimal heating system performance. Check if the system is due for professional servicing or cleaning. If these steps don't resolve the issue, it's recommended to contact a qualified HVAC technician for further diagnosis and repair.

Do you smell gas?

If you suspect there is a gas leak in heating your system, you should immediately shut off the gas supply to your system (if possible) and call emergency services at 911. Here are some additional tips that you can follow to help keep you and your family safe: Make sure that you and your family are in a safe area away from the heating unit Turn off all power to the unit Open windows and doors if possible for air circulation Call a qualified professional for an inspection Our Emergency Services team is available 24/7 to respond to any gas leaks that may arise. Our technicians are trained to diagnose and fix the issue as quickly and safely as possible, so you can be assured that your home or business is secure. We are committed to providing fast and reliable service to our clients.

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